Royal Canin veterinary diet

Diet for dogs suffering from chronic digestive trouble -Royal Canin veterinary Gastrointestinal

Royal Canin veterinary is the diet we always recommend. There are lots of dogs out there suffering from various kinds of digestive troubles.These dogs when brought to my clinic we do not find any diseases, not pancreatitis, nor any enzyme related problems and yet they are suffering from indigestion.

Now there is hope for such suffering dogs. 


This food is known to correct non-specific gastrointestinal problems.


  • Are made with high-quality ingredients using the highest industry standards for manufacturing in company-owned plants located in the USA and Canada
  • Contain vital nutrients to help support digestive health
  • palatability and digestibility
  • Can be fed long term as complete and balanced nutrition

Royal Canin veterinary diet Gastro-Intestinal is formulated for the nutritional management of acute pancreatitis, hyperlipidaemia, diarrhoea, lymphangiectasia, exudative enteropathy, bacterial overgrowth and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. A low-fat concentration improves digestive function in dogs with hyperlipidaemia or with acute pancreatitis. A low fibre content ensures high digestibility and nutrient absorption. Highly digestible carbohydrates compensate for the decreased enzymatic ability in the intestinal brush order. An intake of beet pulp, Mannan-Oligo-Saccharides (MOS) and Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides (FOS) helps to restore the colonic ecosystem and ensures digestive security. Therefore, Royal Canin Veterinary Diet is preferred over others.

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Small animal veterinarian for last 20 years. works in self-owned pet clinic in Ranchi, India called Pluto Pet Clinic. Published several articles on pets and social media in various national and international pet magazines, blogs. Part of many international organisations including Nabuur, Mission Rabies, Asian Society of small animal dermatology, WSAVA.

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